SCSI interface. AppleCD 600i CD-ROM Drive, internal, tray load, Apple CD Drive. Apple 678-0065. Drive may be either Matsushita Model CR-504-L or Sony Model CDU-75S-25.
Mounting carrier or sled not included, but available here.
Note that the Matsushita CR-504-L drives currently in stock are not Apple branded and may not contain the firmware needed to actually boot from the drive. Workarounds are possible. Drivers can be found at the Mac Driver Museum.
External SCSI Case
MaxStream 60 by Maynard, Model 70500. This external SCSI case is in great condition and can be used to house a SCSI hard drive or CD drive if you don’t want to use it for the original purpose – a 60MB tape backup. Tested to power on only as I do not have a tape to fit it. The power button is missing.
50 Pin SCSI
Tape Backup Drive, Model MS by Micronet. This SCSI-1 or 50 pin Centronics SCSI case, box or housing is in excellent condition. It has been tested to power on only as I don’t have any tapes. It can be used for it’s original purpose or use the case to put a SCSI hard drive or CD drive into.
NEC Intersect CD-ROM Reader, Model CDR-37. This external SCSI CD drive has a flip up lid, one Centronics 50 SCSI port, and dip switch selectable SCSI ID. Includes the power adapter. Looks and works great!
External CD-ROM Reader
NEC Intersect External CD-ROM Reader User’s Manual for Model CDR-73. 18 page manual in good condition.
NEC Multispin 8X CD-ROM Reader, Model CDR-3460A. This tray load, external CD drive features a SCSI-2, HD-50 interface with external switch selectable termination. MPC3 compliant for improved sound and video multimedia performance. 1200 KB/sec (8X) data transfer and 140 ms access time.
Case shows a little discoloration on the front of the top. Works great. No cables included.
Some drivers are available here for Mac, DOS and Windows. Mac OS uses the speedycd.hqx NEC Multispin Driver. Supports Mac OS 6.0.8 to 7.5.3.
Model 906F ~ Fast SCSI
Add Fast SCSI or SCSI-2 to your G3 or G4 PowerMac with this Orange Micro Grappler SCSI, Model 906F. Install in a PCI expansion port and it gives you one internal 50 pin port and one external 25 pin port. Add a SCSI drive inside or use for an external Zip/Jaz drive, hard drive, scanner, CD/DVD drive and more.
Orb 2.2GB Ultra SCSI Portable Drive Model ORB2SE09 uses removable “disks” similar to a Zip or Jaz. This is great for organizing your files or as backups because you can have as many 2.2GB disks as you need or want!
This new package contains:
- ORB 2.2GB Drive
- 2.2GB Disk
- Interface Cable (HD50-HD50)
- Power Supply
- User Manual
- Installation Software
- ORB Tools Software
Works with any Macintosh or Apple IIGS with a SCSI port or SCSI interface card.
Note that the SCSI cable included with this version ORB drive is a HD50 or SCSI-2. Unless you have an interface card in your Mac that has this external port, you will need a DB25 to HD50 adapter or cable.
This drive will also work with Windows 3.1, 95, and 98. Probably newer systems as well
270 MB – LPS / Maverick ProDrive
50 pin SCSI interface. Fast SCSI or SCSI-2. All were pulled from LaCie External hard drive cases prior to coming to me. The drives have been wiped and tested. Most are formatted with Silverlining and are suitable as either an internal or an external drive for your Mac.
- ProDrive LPS – 270S TB27S011 REV 04-B S59.00
- 270 MB
- 3.5″ HH
- 50 pin SCSI-2 SE
- Maverick ProDrive – 270S MV27S011 REV 03-E
- 270 MB
- 3.5″ HH
- 50 pin SCSI-2
Note: You may need to set jumpers and termination for internal or external use
25 Pin SCSI
This cable is used for SCSI applications. Common uses are with hard drives and Zip drives and scanners. Connections are DB-25 male on both ends. Extension cable is DB-25 male to female.
NON Apple branded 50 pin SCSI hard drives.
Hard drives from Seagate, Connor, IBM, Quantum and more. These drives have a 50 pin SCSI interface. Can be used as an internal drive or put in an external enclosure. Termination and jumpers will be different for each.
***Photo is representative and NOT necessarily the one you will receive***
Even though many of these are identical to the Apple branded drives, because they didn’t originally come inside a Macintosh and have an Apple label, Apple’s hard drive utilities refuse to work with them. *These drives have been formatted with Silverlining, FWB Hard Disk Toolkit, or modifications of Apple’s HD SC Setup or Drive Setup.* What that means is that they should work as a startup drive inside or outside of your Mac. **Jumper and termination may need to be set or changed for internal or external use.** Jumpers and termination specs for most drives can be found at stason.org.
All have been wiped, sanitized* and thoroughly tested on a Mac. Any software on any drive is not part of the sale – you are simply purchasing a hard drive from me. *In some cases the sanitized contents were retained and reinstalled as pre-prep for another Mac or it could mean loaded from scratch with partitions and a bunch of stuff installed – I have a few that came in that way.
All are 3.5”
-Height – unless noted, these are less than 1” tall – like more current desktop hard drives
-HH are approx 42mm (1-5/8”) tall. Most computers have room for these and many Apple drives were also tall.
-Empty means formatted and nothing installed.
-New means new OS installed.
-A few drives may have their own page and have a link.
A) 40MB, Quantum ProDrive 940-40-9402, empty (HH)
B) 45MB, Rodime R03058T Type 00, System 7.0 (HH)
C) 120MB, Quantum Prodrive LPS (p/n relabeled by someone else), System 7.5
D) 200MB, IBM WDS-3200, System 7.6.1 Loaded
E) 200MB, Quantum ProDrive 210S, empty
-212MB, Connor CP3200F, System 7.6.1 new (HH)
G) 240MB, Quantum ProDrive LPS GM24S012, System 7.5.5 loaded
-270MB, Quantum ProDrive LPS TB27S011 *SCSI-2 SE*, empty
–270MB, Quantum Maverick ProDrive MV27S011 *SCSI-2*, empty
–320MB, IBM 0661-371, empty (HH) or here with System 7.1
K) 340MB, Maxtor 7345SR, System 7.5.5 loaded
L) 840MB, APS branded Quantum Trailblazer TR84S011, System 7.5.5 loaded
M) 1GB, Fujitsu M1606SAU, System 7.6.1 loaded
N) 2GB, Connor CFP2107S, OS 9.1 new
If you need a specific OS or enabler installed to get your vintage Mac running, that service is available here.
SCSI 1 or SCSI 2
SCSI pass-through terminator. For use with SCSI or SCSI-1 hard drives. Centronics 50 pin Male to female. This is brand new!
New, open box
SimpleDrive External Storage by SimpleTech. Features a 160 GB, 7200 RPM IDE hard drive inside of a compact case that stands vertically or horizontally. USB 2.0 interface, transfer rates of up to 480 Mb/sec.
Box has been opened only to verify the drive, but it is new. Box contains the external hard drive, USB cable, AC adapter (2 amp 11-/240 Volt), Quick installation guide, and an installation CD for Windows.
Mac OS 9.x and up, Windows 98 and up.
Floppy Disk Drive by SmartDisk. USB interface. Model FDUSB-TM2. Comes with CD and instructions. Usable on any computer with USB.
50 Pin Centronics – External
Manufactured in 1990, Storage Dimensions Write-Once Optical drive, Model LNW1-900S1. The technology is called – Mass Storage – Worm or write once magneto optical drive. The case matches the Macintosh II line and has a SCSI interface (Centronics 50). Drive came in with a 940MB Panasonic Optical Disk Cartridge LM-D501W.
Tested on a Mac 9600 with SilverLining, the drive is recognized, no problem, but the disk cartridge is bad. The case is in great condition, but missing all of the feet and light to medium discoloration overall. The disk cartridge (not pictured) will be included.At a hefty 16 lbs (shipping weight), this 15 x 8 x 6 inch drive is no lightweight.
Burn some DVD’s
Compatible with and G5, G4, or G3 with a video decoder for DVD movie playback. A drive to meet all your needs. With speeds of burning DVD’s at 16X DVD-R/+R and dual layer speeds of 8X DVR-R/+R. CD’s are read at 40X and written as fast as 32X. IDE/ATA interface. This drive can also be used in a external case.
This Teac CD-R55S CD-Recordable drive has 4X write and 12X read capability. This SCSI CD burner or CD-RW resides in an external Pinnacle Micro Recordable CD enclosure. SCSI ID and termination are switch selectable. Burns great. Mac OS 9.1 wouldn’t mount the drive on the desktop, so may be a driver issue. Firmware has been updated.
Case has a couple of cracks on the left side towards the front.
This Teac 16X CD-ROM Drive, Model CD-516S, came out of a Power Computing PowerPro 180. The internal tray load SCSI CD drive works great!
Choose your own color!
VST USB Floppy Drive – For use with any USB enabled computer, Mac or PC. Model FDUSB-M
Boxed kit is missing the CD at the moment – not needed for any Mac
Single drives also available.
For use with any USB enabled computer
Tangerine colored to match the iBook and iMac of the same color, this floppy drive reads and writes 1.44MB high density 3.5″ floppy disks. Complete package includes the floppy drive, QuickStart Card, CD and registration card all in the original box. Part of the box flap is missing, so this may have been a customer returns back in the day. Drive has been tested to read and write on OS 10.4 and truly looks like a brand new drive.
IDE or ATA interface
Zip Drive 100 MB, internal ide/ata/atapi interface. Power Mac G3, G4 and any Mac with an internal IDE/ATA interface and a bay to put it in. Apple 661-2545, 661-2024, 661-2161, 655-0560, 655-0011, 655T0011. Made by either Iomega or Matsushita.
Add or replace a Zip Drive in your Mac!
A Zip Drive in your Mac gives you the ability to use and re-use removable 100MB Zip Disks. Introduced in the Mid ’90’s, the Zip Drive became available as optional or standard equipment on some PowerPC Power Macintosh’s. Note that this is a 50 pin SCSI drive and requires an internal SCSI interface. If you’re not sure, count the pins on the connector.
The Iomega Model number is Z100Si. The identical Apple branded Zip Drives also contain this model number as well as the Apple Part Number 665-0537 or 655-0489. The drive you receive may or may not be Apple branded.
100 Meg of removable storage!
Available in blue or white (Epson model), this Zip Drive will organize your files using removable 100MB disks (not included) that are slightly larger than a 3.5″ floppy disk in size. This drive uses a SCSI interface and will work anywhere in your SCSI chain. With an operating system installed on a Zip Disk, your Mac or Apple IIGS can boot from this drive! You can even share or transfer files between Macs, or between a Mac and an Apple IIGS. The Apple IIGS does not need drivers, Later Mac systems, such as OS 9 have the drivers built in to the operating system, but earlier OS’s such as System 6 or 7 will need Zip drivers. Early drivers can be found at the Mac Driver Museum: http://www.macdrivermuseum.net/disk.shtml
Zip Drives are available without the SCSI cable and power supply if you are replacing a bad drive.
Zip Disk(s) are not included but are available here.